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Trinity Walk shopping centre guide, Wakefield


Trinity Walk Shopping Centre - artist's impression - press image

Trinity Walk Shopping Centre

Trinity Walk shopping centre is situated near the centre of Wakefield, West Yorkshire.

Trinity Walk mall is home to more than 60 shops, on two floors, and has 1000 car parking spaces.

Trinity Walk opened on May 6, 2011.

Shops at Trinity Walk, include: Debenhams, Sainsbury’s, New Look, H&M, Orange, Next, Peacocks, River Island, Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Burton, Bank and Republic. Asda Living opened at the end of July 2011.

Trinity Walk shopping information and articles

Trinity Walk postcode and address

Address for sat-nav is:

Trinity Walk
Wakefield
WF1 1QW

Trinity Walk contact details

Telephone: 01924 239 413
Email: info@trinitywalk.com



5 Comments about “Trinity Walk shopping centre guide, Wakefield”
  1. rachael says:

    I recently went shopping in wakefield and i found it a lot better than many shopping centres, it has many great shops and loads of places to eat and drink. I now know where i am going to shop and that is the trinity walk in wakfield!

  2. Amanda says:

    I think Trinity Walk is great, new shops being added including a Lush, Pizza Express and how a gourmet burger restaurant and the town centre is only 5mins walk where there’s a decent sized M&S & BHS. The Sainsburys in Trinity Walk is huge and never gets crowded even on a Saturday afternoon. x

  3. polly says:

    an you tell me how far Trinity Walk is from the railway station? Thanks

  4. Avril Southwell says:

    I would have preferred to contact somebody in charge at Trinity Walk but of course as usual those ‘suits’ would prefer to remain faceless. The only contact appears to be ‘info’ which I dont want thank you. I am registered disabled with walking problems. I visited Trinity Walk for the first and last time yesterday. First of all the lack of regular seating became obvious. I walk slowly and after my friend and I had lunch we made our way round some of the shops spending money on our way. We finally arrived at Sainsburys where, again, we made purchases. Upon asking somebody what we were supposed to do with our marked (by Sainsburys) parking ticket I discovered I had to pay 80p because the maximum stay is 2 hours. Well sorry guys I dont (well CANT run around) and 2 hours would barely give me time to get around Sainsburys. So, like the Ridings, Trinity Walk will be avoided at all costs – I will head for the White Rose where you dont pay to shop!!



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